Honestly, I never thought of falling for Designated Survivor: 60 Days this much. I never heard of the original one until I started this drama. I am considering now after being so engrossed with the Korean version. I don’t do political drama and when I do, it mostly sageuk kind. So it is refreshing to watch modern politics in a drama. I was on the fence starting it but got super addicted as soon as I started the first episode. Never would I thought I would love it so much. I just completed the last episode and A and I cried because of the ending. I am hoping that this show will get a second season. But will it?
I was really looking forward towards watching The Third Charm. I became a huge Seo Kang Joon fan since Cheese in the Trap and obviously, he intensified his acting skills in Are You Human, Too?. I love watching him especially his eyes. They are beautiful. And then we got Lee Som. I enjoyed her so much in Because This is My First Life I even said she should be a lead in her next drama. My prayer is answered! So these two together got me giddy! The promo photos and posters really built up my enthusiasm.
Yeah, I got bored all of a sudden. It’s not that I have nothing to watch but… I just lost my mood. *sigh* My internet always slowed down around Sunday prime time and it forces me to give up on my watch. Stupid internet. So to kill time while doing house chores, I decided to keep my mind occupied with Don’t Worry, I’m A Ghost. It’s a one-episode special drama by KBS that was aired back in 2012. I’ve heard of this drama before but never had the opportunity to look for it. When it pops up on my Viki dashboard, I guess it’s a sign that I must watch it.
Don’t get turn off by the title. It’s just a ghost, and it was not a scary one. If I can be a ghost, I want it to be pretty like her. The story is pretty simple. Yeon Hwa is a lovely ghost. She was stabbed to death at her home. On the same night she lost her life, Moon Ki had an accident and suffered a temporary concussion. As a result of that, he had temporary memory loss and started seeing Yeon Hwa. They both wondered what happened to them. She wanted to know how and why she died, he wanted to know his background, and together they did their little investigation. The ending to this drama was really unexpected. I did not see it coming. Together, they figured out that he accidentally stabbed her to death in the midst of stopping his friend from robbing Yeon Hwa’s home!
The drama was short. I mean it was only an hour long. The story was simple and short, and all the questions were answered in the end. But was I satisfied? To me, it was too lovey dovey. The acting by the OTP was weak to me. But who doesn’t like Park Shin Hye, right? But I think, if you are looking for something light to watch, look no further. Don’t Worry, I’m A Ghost is just a click away. You can also catch it on KBS’s YouTube Channel.